Amy Åkerlund

Amy Åkerlund

Sweden / Landscape Architect
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The official cover for the Canadian edition of my cookbook + some thoughts on 5 years of blogging.

The official cover for the Canadian edition of my cookbook + some thoughts on 5 years of blogging.

I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this recipe. This version is based on a recipe I discovered in my new favorite cookbook: The Oh She Glows Cookbook by Angela Liddon. (You can find it on amazon…

I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this recipe. This version is based on a recipe I discovered in my new favorite cookbook: The Oh She Glows Cookbook by Angela Liddon. (You can find it on amazon…

It appears I’m on a granola bar kick this week. and I can’t be stopped. But I didn’t think you’d mind too much? Experimenting with granola bar recipes (and flavours) is one of my favourite things

It appears I’m on a granola bar kick this week. and I can’t be stopped. But I didn’t think you’d mind too much? Experimenting with granola bar recipes (and flavours) is one of my favourite things

New Mama Glo Bars (lactation-friendly, nut-free) — Oh She Glows

New Mama Glo Bars (lactation-friendly, nut-free) — Oh She Glows

Glowing Spiced Lentil Soup. #Vegan #GlutenFree #SoyFree

Glowing Spiced Lentil Soup. #Vegan #GlutenFree #SoyFree

Inspiration

Inspiration

Rome : : Anderson Design Group Studio Store : :

Rome : : Anderson Design Group Studio Store : :

http://inspirationsdeco.blogspot.com/2015/05/40-inspirations-pour-un-jardin-anglais.html

http://inspirationsdeco.blogspot.com/2015/05/40-inspirations-pour-un-jardin-anglais.html

Citrus Slices: 1) stem stitch an outer circle; 2) chain stitch just inside the stem stitch; 3) stem stitch 8-10 segments, evenly spaced in the circle; 4) starting from the point of each segment, stitch two long chains on the LHS, finishing just inside the top edge, repeat this on the RHS, then fill the middle with additional chain stitches; and 5) complete all the segments in the same manner. Note: that there are three tones of a single colour for each slice.

Citrus Slices: 1) stem stitch an outer circle; 2) chain stitch just inside the stem stitch; 3) stem stitch 8-10 segments, evenly spaced in the circle; 4) starting from the point of each segment, stitch two long chains on the LHS, finishing just inside the top edge, repeat this on the RHS, then fill the middle with additional chain stitches; and 5) complete all the segments in the same manner. Note: that there are three tones of a single colour for each slice.

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